La Saintlo Youth Tourism Foundation, also known under the name Saintlo Foundation (FSTJ), invites you to get to know the conditions of use for its website www.foundationsaintlo.org before you use it.
The objective of the Saintlo Foundation (FSTJ) website is to supply information on the foundation and its activities and let users make donations online to support its mission.
The content published on the FSTJ website (documents, blog articles, photos, designs, etc.) is protected by copyright and may not be used without the prior approval of the FSTJ or FSTJ authors or partners who are its owners. Any unauthorized use of content is forbidden and may lead to legal action.
The FSTJ authorizes the copying and printing of documents, images and materials on its website; however:
- The documents, photographs and other elements supplied on this website can only be used for personal, non-commercial or information purposes and may not be altered;
- ALL copies or parts of copies of documents, images or other elements displayed on this website must contain the copyright notice.
The modification or use of a part or whole of the content of the FSTJ website for purposes other than those authorized here are a violation of copyright and any other property right of any party.
Hyperlinks, integrated content and cookies on the website
The website user should be aware that Google Analytics is used by the FSTJ to learn about the demographics and interests of website users. This data is anonymous and does not identify individuals.
Age-related use of the website
The FSTJ website should not be viewed by a minor without the presence of a parent or guardian. If a parent or guardian discovers that their minor child has provided personal information to the foundation without their consent, they can ask the foundation to delete this information by contacting them by email at [email protected]
Website security and operations
The FSTJ website is secured using industry-recognized technologies, most notably data encryption via the SSL/TLS (HTTPS) protocol. The FSTJ server is in a locked and secure location. Despite this, the FSTJ cannot guarantee the absolute security of the site. The FSTJ will not be held responsible for any damage or injury resulting from the use of this website, including any computer virus or other malicious code that may infect your computer equipment.
You may have the opportunity to provide your first and last name and email address to be added to the FSTJ newsletter mailing list. By subscribing to this mailing list, you agree to receive communications. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link in our emails.
FSTJ website users can donate to the foundation through the website. The FSTJ uses ProDon and the jedonneenligne.com platform to manage donations, produce tax receipts and register for the foundation’s workshops, programs or events.
In doing so, the donor accepts that all data relating to a transaction (nominative and financial) will be transmitted to the FSTJ via the donation platform.
Only Canadian donors will be eligible to receive a charitable donation receipt. An official donation receipt is issued for all charitable donations of $20 or more, in accordance with CRA guidelines. Receipts for donations under $20 will only be issued if requested by the donor.
Registration for workshops and programs
The user of the FSTJ website can register for workshops, programs or events on the website. The FSTJ uses ProDon and the jedonneenligne.com platform to manage registrations and fees when applicable.
By using these forms, the user of the website accepts that all data relating to a transaction (nominative and financial) will be transmitted to the FSTJ through these platforms.
Requests for grants
The FSTJ may offer a grant program on its website. Users of the site wishing to apply for these grants must do so using the forms made available to them, respecting the instructions and conditions of the program. By using these forms and submitting their file, the grant applicant accepts that all personal or non-personal data – along with attachments – relating to their grant applications will be transmitted to the FSTJ via the website and the platforms that manage the registration forms.